## Physical Principles and Techniques of Protein Chemistry, Part 3Physical Principles and Techniques of Protein Chemistry Part C ... |

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The scattering curve of a particle, one dimension of which is very large in

comparison to its other dimensions, can be split into two

Porod, 1948; Porod, 1948): the Lorentzian

to the length ...

The scattering curve of a particle, one dimension of which is very large in

comparison to its other dimensions, can be split into two

**factors**(Kratky andPorod, 1948; Porod, 1948): the Lorentzian

**factor**(Porod, 1949), which is relatedto the length ...

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If, on the one hand, we know the volume of the swollen protein and, on the other,

the volume of the unswollen protein from the molecular weight and the partial

specific volume V1, the swelling

...

If, on the one hand, we know the volume of the swollen protein and, on the other,

the volume of the unswollen protein from the molecular weight and the partial

specific volume V1, the swelling

**factor**f. corresponding to the degree of hydration...

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fications to these equations but is mathematically equivalent to Meiron's method (

Pitha and Jones, 1966). The coefficient D in Eq. (26) regulates the amount of

damping and is referred to as the damping

used, ...

fications to these equations but is mathematically equivalent to Meiron's method (

Pitha and Jones, 1966). The coefficient D in Eq. (26) regulates the amount of

damping and is referred to as the damping

**factor**. If very large values of D areused, ...

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